Here are some of the moves that Jerry covered on Feb 9
- Started with right allemand your corner, then reverse left and right grand
- From a static square everybody veer left. The rest has been lost. See this sequence diagram for a partial reconstruction. Jerry said that this sequence was an example of two catawampuses (kitty corners) cancelling each other out. Not sure what the second catawampus is.
- Unnamed sequence: (see the sequence diagram).
- From a completed double pass thru
- First couple go left
- Center dancers (girls in this case) chase left
- Inside boys walk
- Outside boys dodge
- Everybody swing thru
- Sides swing thru
- Spin the top
- Slide thru
See sequence diagram
v v < > < > ^ ^
This sequence diagram shows two possible outcomes. Which is the correct one?
Jerry said that in a couple of weeks the workshop will merge with the experienced group so that everybody gets to dance from 6:30-9:00
- From static square
boys run right boys cloverleaf girls chain 3/4 girls run girls cloverleaf boys circle right to partner
See sequence diagram.
- Acey Deucey can be done from any line. Jerry called it from lines facing in. This is because, in lines, two dancers can always trade and can always circulate no matter which directions they are facing. Note that the two components of Acey Deucey are trade and circulate.
- Chase Right.
- Chase Left
- Coordinate. Dancers 8 and 4 are called the key dancers. When they meet the Circulate 1 1/2 part of the call is complete.
- Maintain the handedness of a wave when extends to other waves are done. For example the wave in Ping Pong Circulate from a Left-Handed Wave remains left-handed no matter how many times the circulate is done.
- Diamond circulate
- Flip the diamond
- Follow your neighbor
- Linear cycle
- Load the boat
- Peel the top
- Single circle to a wave
- Track 2
- The only plus moves that we haven't been taught so far are